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A Few Facts about France
Welcome to the Trinity Travel
Agency 2015 France brochure
We are delighted to present some of the best
accommodation and travel experiences that France can
offer. From hotels in the major cities and regional France,
car hire and leasing, coach touring and rail experiences,
Trinity Travel Agency cover all of your vacation
requirements.
The contents of this brochure is just a small representation
of what we can offer. Please ask your travel agent to
contact us with your requirements. We will match your
request with our huge range of French suppliers. This will
give you the best value for your money and peace of mind
knowing that you have booked your French experience
through the best source – Trinity travel Agency.
Please visit our website for the latest news and offers
at www.trinitytravelagency.com
Enjoy your Vacation, Bon Voyage!
Currency €
The Euro is the currency of France (ATM machines are
used widely throughout).
Visa &
Passport
Visas to France are not required for U.S. citizens. All
passengers traveling internationally are required to
have a passport. European law requires you to carry
your passport with you at all times. Please carry proper
identification (your passport) with you and do not leave
it in your suitcase or hotel room.
Driving
Driving is on the right side of the road
Language
French is the official language. English is widely spoken
in most areas
Climate
Paris: January 5˚C, July 24˚C,
Nice: January 10˚C, July 28˚C.
Capital City
Paris
Tipping
Most restaurants will include a 15% service charge in
their prices. Feel free to leave another 2-3% if the
service was good.
Hotel porters can be given EUR 1.50 per bag and taxi
drivers approximately 10-15%.
Shopping
Choose from large department stores, designer boutiques or
flea markets. There is something for everyone. Shops are
open Mon-Sat 9am - 7pm.
Electrical
Outlets
Voltage for outlets is 220V. American voltage is generally
110V. Therefore, a converter or adaptor may be necessary
for your travels.(Include Cellphone adaptor for charger)
Packing Essentials
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Passport and Picture ID
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Travelers checks w/Currency Converter and Cash (in euros)
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Copies of travel confirmations (tour and airlines)
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Phone numbers for emergencies (a list of medical conditions)
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Prescription and OTC medications
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Pack lightweight clothing and dress in layers
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First Class hotel accommodations
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All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees, and
local taxes included
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Travel by luxury air-conditioned coach
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Reclining seats
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Pillow and Blanket also provided
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On-board restroom.
The services of a professional Travel Director throughout your
journey
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Audio headsets to enhance your sightseeing experience
included
SIGHTSEING TOUR
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Tour Itinerary
T
his trip is the perfect way to see the highlights of
Paris—plus, the World War II landing beaches in
Normandy, Brittany, and the Loire Valley in a short
amount of time. In Paris, enjoy a welcome dinner at a local
restaurant, followed by an orientation drive through the
“City of Light.” Visit magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral,
and ascend the Eiffel Tower during your guided
sightseeing. Travel to Rouen, admire the cathedral, and
hear about Joan of Arc. Later that day arrive in Caen,
where World War II comes alive at the fascinating
Memorial Museum for Peace, and the American Cemetery
with its visitor center at Omaha Beach. Later that day
enjoy a guided tour of the famous Abbey of Mont St.
.Michel. The next day visit the jewel of the French
Renaissance, Château Chambord, and Catherine de
Medici’s lovely Chenonceau. The piece de resistance is a
visit to Chartres’ cathedral before returning to Paris.
DAY 1 (7/3)
Depart DIA for Paris
Overnight flight to Paris. (Arrive Next day 7/4)
Denver(DEN) to Dallas(DFW)
From 12:00 p → 3:00 p
Dallas (DFW) to Paris (CDG)
From 4:44p → 9:15a (7/4) 9h 35m
Duration
DAY 2 (7/4)
2h
13h 15m, 1h 40m stop
Arrive in Paris, France
Welcome to Paris, the City of
Light! Check into the five star
Hotel Marriott Champs-Elysees
or the Hotel Napoleon in
George V, and relax, or wander
through the boulevards and
cobbled side streets of this
beautiful city.
That evening meet your Tour Director and fellow traveling
companions, then leave the hotel for a welcome dinner at
one of Paris’ historic restaurants and enjoy an orientation
drive to get a first impression of Paris. (Dinner)
DAY 3 (7/5)
Paris Sightseeing
Sightseeing with a Local Expert
on Parisian history includes
such landmarks as the Arc de
Triomphe, Place de la
Concorde, L’Opéra
, Madeleine, the Louvre, and
the Champs-Elysées, as well as
the world famous Notre Dame
Cathedral. No visit to Paris would be complete without a visit
to the Eiffel Tower to see a panoramic view of the city.
We will end the day on the Seine River with a romantic
evening dinner cruise. (Lunch, Dinner)
Tour Duration
Approx. 4 ½ hours
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DAY 4 (7/6)
Palace of Versailles
See the Palace of Versailles
(Château de Versailles) on an
exclusive tour which gives you
priority entrance to the castle
and its extensive grounds through
a reserved door. This tour
provides you with unprecedented
access to magnificent rooms such
as Louis XVI’s library. These rooms are normally off-limits to the
general public, but this special tour will allow you to see a side
of the UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Palace of Versailles that
most will never see. This VIP experience also includes a tour of
rooms in the State Apartments and the famous Hall of
Mirrors.(Breakfast)
From Hotel to Palace of Versailles
Duration
36min (1hr in traffic)
Approx. 3 ½ hours
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Paris-Rouen-Caen
SIGHTSEING TOUR
DAY 5 (7/7)
In Rouen, admire the façade of
the cathedral that was one of
Monet’s favorite subjects for his
paintings. Then stroll along the
charming cobblestoned Rue du
Gros-Horloge leading to the
square where Joan of Arc was
burned in 1431. After arriving in
Caen, visit the fascinating Memorial Museum for Peace with its
great exhibits and audiovisual show about the Battle of
Normandy. (Breakfast, Dinner.)
From the Hotel to Rouen
1 ½ hours
From Rouen to Caen
1hr 25m
Duration
Approx. 3hrs
DAY 8 (7/10)
Paris and flight Home
Return to Paris and say ‘au revoir’ to your fellow travelers at
the end of a magical and memorable vacation.
Paris(CDG) to London(LHR)
London(LHR) to Denver(DEN)
From 1:55 p → 2:15 p
(1h 20m)
From 4:05p → 6:55p (7/10) 9h 50m
Duration
13h, 1h 50m stop
A Few Words of the Local Language
DAY 6~7 (7/8~9)
Caen-Normandy Beach/Mont St.
Michel
Follow the Liberty Highway to
St. Lô and on to Omaha Beach,
where your Travel Director
provides an excellent account
of the momentous events that
took place here. Pause and
reflect on the courage of those
who gave their lives. Visit the D-Day museum and learn about
how the operation was planned and executed. Next day,
enjoy a guided visit of the famous Abbey of Mont St. Michel,
perched on a rocky isle in the Gulf of Saint Malo. Stay
overnight in the Hotel Le Grand De Cabourg on the coast or
Hotel Ivan Vauiter in the Caen city where you dine tonight.
(Breakfast, Dinner)
From Caen to Omaha Beach
1hr
From Cean to Mont St. Michel
1 ½ hours
Duration
2 ½ hours
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Good morning/day (until 5 pm): Bonjour
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Good evening: Bonsoir
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Goodbye: Au revoir
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Please: S'il vous plaît
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Thank you: Merci
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Yes: Oui
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No: Non
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Do you speak English?: Parlez-vous anglais?
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I don't understand: Je ne comprends pas
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How much?: C'est combien?
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Where is...?: Où est...?,
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Telephone: Le téléphone
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Bathroom: Les toilettes
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Restaurant check/bill: L’addition
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Have a nice day!: Bonne journée!
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Waiter: Monsieur (not garçon)
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Waitress: Mademoiselle
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FRANCE HOTELS
Hotel Napoleon
Nearest Metro
40 Avenue de Friedland, 75008 Paris, France
Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysees
★★★★
Charles de Gaulle – Étoile
+33(0)1 56 68 43 21
★★★★
Nearest Metro
Between the George V and Franklin Roosevelt
70 Avenue des Champs-Elysees Paris 75008
+33 1 53 93 55 00
France
Hotel Ivan Vauiter
Nearest City
3 Avenue Henry Chéron, 14000 Caen, France
Hotel Le Grand Hotel De Cabourg
Nearest City
Jardin du Casino, 14390 Cabourg, France
★★★★
Caen
+33 2 31 73 32 71
★★★★
Caen
33 2 31 91 01 79
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Travel Expenses
Expenses
Plane Tickets
Hotel
Food
Tour guide fee
Transportation
Souvenirs
Total
7/3/2015
$750
7/4/2015
7/5/2015
7/6/2015
7/7/2015
7/8/2015
7/9/2015
$50
$328
$125
$150
$50
$850
$653
$285
$156
$75
$50
$65
$631
$290
$180
$95
$50
$94
$709
$350
$120
$99
$50
$80
$699
$315
$118
$129
$50
$29
$641
$225
$98
$150
$50
$75
$598
$50
Administrative =
8%
Refer a Friend =
10%
7/10/2015
$750
$89
$50
$30
$919
Administrative =
Subtotal =
Refer a Friend =
Grand Total =
Total
$1,500
$1,793
$936
$698
$400
$373
$5,700
$456.00
$6,156.00
$570.00
$5,586.00
Cost per Expense
$2,000
$1,800
$1,600
$1,400
$1,200
$1,000
$800
$600
$400
$200
$0
Plane Tickets
Hotel
Food
Tour guide fee
Transportation
Souvenirs
Cost per Day
$1,000
$900
$800
$700
$919
$850
$600
$500
$653
$631
7/4/2015
7/5/2015
$709
$699
$641
$598
$400
$300
$200
$100
$0
7/3/2015
7/6/2015
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7/7/2015
7/8/2015
7/9/2015
7/10/2015
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Major Cities Information
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